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including his jersey no. 87. clark died today after a battle with als. kpix5' joe vazquez is here with a look at clark's life and legacy. joe? >> what a life, what a catch. it was a grand life. dwight clark inspired many people, fans and athletes. the san francisco giants held a moment of silence for clark tonight before taking on the diamondbacks at at&t park honoring a bay area sports legend. â nats they called it "the catch" ... the play that defeated the dreaded cowboy entum that carried >> looking, looking, throwing in the end zone, clark caught it! >> january, 1982, 58 seconds left in the game. 'll tell you himself â he might be the fastest guy. he might not be the strongest he highest. but i joe montana's pass was impossibly high for any mere mortal, but no. 87 didn't believe in impossible. dwight clark stretched high in the air and brought it down. e 49ers museum to this day â dwight clark lives on ... soaring above all the other ssible catch froze they called it the catch, the play that defeated the dreaded cowboys and set in motion the momentum that carried the 49ers to their first super bowl win. dwight clark was handsome,
brash, wore a fur coat to the super bowl parade but never took himself too seriously. teammate ronnie lott last year. >> one of the great things that i love about dwight that is he might not be the fastest guy, he might not be the strongest guy, he might not be the guy that can jump the highest, but i never saw him quit. >> clark played nine seasons with the 9ers, won two super bowl rings. after retiring as a player he worked in the front office for the 49ers and later the cleveland browns. last year after announcing he had been diagnosed with als his football family rallied to be by his side at levi stadium for dwight clark day. >> i said i just want to see my teammates and the 49ers heard that and flew all these players in so i could see them one more time. >> at the 49ers museum dwight
clark lives on soaring above all the other monuments, his impossible catch frozen in time. >> clark caught it! dwight clark! joe vazquez, kpix 5. >> dwight clark dead at 61, survived by his wife and three children. joe vazquez, kpix5. >> dwight clark's wife kelly broke the news on twitter saying, "i'm heartbroken to tell you that today i lost my best friend and husband. he passed away peacefully surrounded by many of the people he loved most." and this tonight from former teammate joe montana, " we're grateful for des love and friendship we shared." >> another former 49er dan bunns won two super bowls with clark. he got emotional tonight remembering his teammate and friend. >> you know it's coming, but you don't want to believe it.
a-l-s >> the 49ers had this to say tonight. "the strength, perseverance and grace with which he battled als will long serve as an inspiration to so many. dwight will always carry a special place in our hearts." >> when he announced that he had als, clark said that he didn't know for sure if football caused it, but he certainly suspected it did. kpix5's christin ayers has that part of the story tonight. n...wheelchair bound and battling als...en with his hor >> good girl. et your problems," he wrote. that clark...a far c made the famou >> the video posted on twitter three montago showed former 49ers great dwight clark in a light many had not seen, wheelchairbound and battling als enjoying a quiet moment with his horse. they have a way to make you forget your problems he wrote. that clark, a far cry from the man who made the famous catch. planting stem cells, to create a healthier environment s don't die th >> clark caught it! dwight clark! >> and who in 2016 showed kpix5's paul deanno a perf throw. clark went public about his als
diagnosis in march of last year. ater in sports >> i'm grateful to dwight clark to becoming public with his disease in the beginning. i think that dramatically raised awareness. >> dr. katherine loehmann hurd is the director of the als center at ucsf. she said clark fit the profile of an als patient. they are often male, about 56 years old, healthy and oftentimes they are pro football players. >> nfl football lawyers are four times more likely to develop als. so whether that's because of head trauma or some other environmental factor, we don't know. >> even though doctors are still trying to find out what causes als, there is hope on the horizon for new treatments. >> i think stem cells are very exciting because there's the potential to help implanting stem cells to be able to create a healthier environment so that the nerve cells don't die. >> the medication radacava was to slow the progression. clark's condition deteriorated just a they're after his
announcement. >> there are a lot of links between als and parkinson's and alzheimer's disease. they're all degenerative diseases and i think if we can unlock the mystery to one of these diseases, hopefully we'll have a solution for all of them. >> christin ayers, kpix5. t... >> dennis o'donnell will have much more on dwight clark house. p tonight president trump pulled the philadelphia eagles' invitation to the white house. the team expected to be there tomorrow in honor of this year's super bowl victory, but the president called off the visit because of the national anthem dispute. tonight the president tweeted, "stay in the locker room for the playing of our national anthem is as disrespectful to our country as kneeling. sorry." this response from philadelphia's mayor. "our players represent the diversity of our nation, a nation where we are free to express our opinions. disinviting them only proves the president is not a true patriot." more legal trouble tonight for a former trump campaign
chairman, paul manafort is accused of trying to mp with witnesses in his tax and money laundering case. prosecutors working for special counsel robert mueller say manafort tried to contact two people to influence their testimony. the new york times reports those attempts included phone calls and encrypted messages. mueller's team says it violates the terms of manafort's release while he awaits trial. the prosecutors want a judge to consider putting manafort in jail instead. we are hours away from election day. the candidates for governor made their final push today. phil matier shows us the bay area is a key target in the last minute scramble for votes. mayor anto ed back l. a. >> you need to vote tomorrow. >> reporter: after spending the morning in the bay area former los angeles mayor antonio villaraigosa headed back to l.a. for the final day of the rnimy campaigning. meanwhile lieutenant governor gavin newsom spent the morning in the southland as well before heading north.
>> polls don't vote. people vote. >> reporter: treasurer john chiang was in san francisco's chinatown. >> to provide the leadership required for the future of the state of california. >> reporter: the reason democrats are flocking here in the final day of the campaign is simple. although we are smaller than los angeles in population, democrats here vote in far greater numbers than the rest of the state. >> over a 1/4 of the voters coming from up here in northern california. it will be over a half when polls close tomorrow. i think we just have good voters here. >> reporter: so for candidates the bay area is pure gold. >> absolutely critical. it's so vibrant. >> takes some undecided voters. >> reporter: volunteers for newsom were busy mining that gold today with this tech version of a phone bank, only instead of calling you they are texting last voters >> we're going to get to about half a million probably today, not just over the country really volunteers on their
computers, on their phones doing this. >> reporter: on the republ des john cox in the lead. >> having the president weigh in sent a clear message. >> reporter: but chances are you won't see the republican candidates here. their voter gold is elsewhere in the state. >> the central valley, san diego, the northern part of the state. this is gavin newsom's backyard. i don't think you should spend a lot of time here. >> reporter: just to remind the you they're all out here trying to hustle votes. whether you're voting for newsom or somebody old, get out there and vote. vote -- somebody else, get out there and vote. vote for somebody. vote for something. that's what makes democracy work. phil matier, kpix5. >> we'll have results and analysis tomorrow night from 8 to 10 p.m. during a special live stream on www.cbssf.com and our social media platforms, then complete coverage right here on kpix5 news at 11:00. police say this murder suspect tried to cash in by shooting his parents in san jose. tonight the alleged plot to kill. >> electric scooters are off
to collect his inheritance. police say duo dison muong sh tonight san jose police say that a murder suspect plotted to kill his parents to collect his inheritance. police say duong luu and his roommate madison muong shot both of luu's parents. his father died, his mother critically injured. that shooting happened inside luu's parents' home on senter road two weeks ago. an associate of the suspects told detectives they both confessed to the crime. the two tonight are both under arrest faces charges of murder and attempted murder. tonight two men are accused of violent sex crimes while posing as ride share employees.
these men beat, choked and sexually assaulted a woman april 14th police say. sheriffs say the 24-year-old victim left this bar in san francisco's mission district, ended up near golden gate park and hopped into the suspect's car thinking it was her ride share, but then detectives say the suspects attacked her in the car all the way to sonoma. surveillance cameras captured this image of the suspects' dodge magnum and a police officer recognized it. that led to the arrest of 33rd- year-old freddie lopez-flores of nevada held on $2 million bail and 22-year-old christian >>a longted ruling fthout the supreme court, the justices siding with the baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a same sex couple, but there's one question the ruling does not answer. kpix5's katie nielsen is here to break it down for us. >> the baker refused to bake the cake on religious grounds, but the justices avoided one of
the toughest legal questions, whether a business can refuse to serve a gay or lesbian couple based on religious objections. this was the scene at masterpiece cake shop moments after the supreme court's ruling. 61-year-old jack phillips celebrated what he sees as a victory for religious freedom. in a 7-2 ruling by justice anthony kennedy the court said colorado officials who compared phillips' religious objections to same sex marriage to defenses of slavery and the holocaust demonstrated a clear and impermissible hostility toward the sincere religious beliefs that motivated his objection to baking the wedding cake. >> the biblical teaching on faith, on marriage is pretty clear and this is promoting a certain way that goes against those core teachings. >> reporter: but uc hastings constitutional law professor matthew coles said the supreme court ruling isn't about the cakemaker and it isn't really about the gay couple.
it's about whether the colorado human rights commission gave the issue a fair hearing. >> i think it means that we know no more now about this kind of discrimination than we knew before the court took the case. >> reporter: some civil rights activists worry this could open the door for future discrimination against same sex couples, but the two men involved in this case say it isn't a major setback. >> i think the decision in our case is so specific that i don't think it will have a larger effect on the movement. business can refuse to serve a gay or les >> for now there is no definite decision about whether a business can refuse to serve a same sex couple based on religious objections, but that could soon change. there are several other similar cases that could be heard by the supreme court. live in the newsroom, katie nielsen, kpix5. a volcanic eruption in guatemala has sent plumes of smoke nearly 6 miles into the air. on the ground lava engulfed entire villages killing at least 69 people. kenneth craig shows us the
dramatic scenes. >> reporter: a massive volcano eruption about 30 miles from guatemala city sent ash high into the air and hot molten lava spilling into villages. people ran for their lives, but not everyone made . this lady believes some of her family members are buried. rescue teams are frantically searching for victims and working to reach communities covered in lava and mud. survivors, some pulled from the ash, were rushed to hospitals. a still undetermined number of people are unaccounted for. a.p. correspondent sonia perez is in one of the hardest hit areas. >> the firemen say they could hear people screaming, but they couldn't go to help them because it's blocking the road. >> reporter: more than 3,000 people were evacuated after the second explosion this year from the so-called volcano of fireke the ban started to
electric scooters are off the streets of san francisco tonight and the question is for how long? the ban started today. before they can return the companies need to apply for permits and comply with city rules. the sfmta received about 1,800 complaints and so scooters suddenly popped up in rch. >> we want to share that people who use the scooters can operate safely and people who are walking along -- insure that people who use the scooters can operate safely and people who are walking along the sidewalks can do that safely. >> people must wear a helmet and ride in the bike lane and park the scooters in a place not blocking the sidewalk. one town was named the wealthiest america and it's right here in the bay area and wait till you see the estate that just hit the market. only on 5 betty yu takes us on a tour. >> reporter: past a private gate and a long driveway sit a $55 million estate in the los altos hills, the most expensive property for sale in the bay area. >> one of the things that's really important about this
house is the indoor outdoor flow. >> reporter: the hillside home sits on 8 acres marketed as the ultimate estate in silicon valley. the 21,000 square foot home features five bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, a 15 seat movie theater, a 3,000 bottle wine cellar and a vineyard. >> when you get to this price point, you're looking at people around the world who are looking for a showpiece, a work of art. >> reporter: the listing agent says in its first week on the market he's already received interest from two international buyers. the house is the latest example of the red hot bay area real estate market. los altos hills is the wealthiest town in the country according to new data from 24/7 wall street. it earned the title based on median household income, $244,000 per year. >> the architect and the builder did a remarkable job at creating a resort feel. it's not just one large
mansion. >> reporter: one of the unique features of this house is this in, the infiniti hot tub and retractible roof. the home may suit a tech mogul since it comes with a separate executive center. the current owner is a prominent venture capitalist who first listed it at $88 million last year. it did not sell. still this year santa clara county has seen the biggest surge in luxury home sales in the bay area. >> this home is stylized. it has a lot of details, but it's subtle and that's something i think is going to work well. >> reporter: in the los altos hills, betty yu, kpix5. >> i don't know, kind of a teardown. i could use those 20 acres. good looking house, tell you. what. good looking sunset earlier tonight. this is our beautiful sales force camera view loover mount tam. if you're in marin county, that's a pretty shot from earlier this evening. post sunset we are still cloud
free in san francisco, 53, livermore, santa rosa 54, the warm spot san jose currently 60. san jose tonight down to 53 degrees, concord 54, oakland, san francisco, san rafael and vallejo in the low 60s. june is a good month for average temperatures, low 80s in santa rosa and san jose, 84 the average high for the month of june in livermore and san francisco, of course, lagging behind at 66 degrees. fog, low cloud cover coming back to the coastline tomorrow morning. the cooldown continues. we were 15 degrees cooler today. we will fall below average by tomorrow afternoon, but it will be a week without any temperature extremes. we keep a light onshore flow. too much flow from the chilly ocean, we're all cool and cloudy. we did that last week. if you have no onshore flow or the opposite, an offshore wind, you get too hot. we had that this past weekend. low pressure to our north, not terribly strong, ridge to our south, light onshore flow cutting into the heat keeping
temperatures rather mild. a little cloud cover, san mateo, santa cruz coastline tomorrow morning, sunshine for your afternoon. wednesday i do think the clouds will be more widespread, maybe pushing into the santa clara valley, but afternoon sunshine will be the rule the next several days. as we roll futurecast out to friday, the low is still to our north. a ridge of high pressure is still to our south, not too hot, not too cold, beautiful weather the next several days. concord is close to average tomorrow, 79, 4 degrees below average in san jose, 73. los altos 69 degrees for that $55 million house. union city 68 with afternoon sunshine, beautiful in walnut creek 77, antioch, brentwood, discovery bay low 80s. novato 75, san francisco 65 with afternoon sunshine tomorrow and cloverdale 80 degrees, a good looking forecast. i don't see any 90s or any really cold weather around the bay, just temperatures near average every afternoon for the next seven days. i'm not sure if it's worth $55
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>> the worldwide developers conference in san jose today, apple unveiled a do not disturb feature that hides notifies while you sleep. there's also a new app called screen time that tracks weekly usage and counts the number of times you pick up your phone. >> the tech engineers are beginning to realize their technology has not only the impact for good, but also for bad and when it is questionable, i think they take action. >> the new app will allow parents to get reports on their children's phone usage and set allowances. the app will be available this fall. >> i got a question. >> not my phone, by the way, even though said it elizabeth on there. >> i saw that. if the capitals win the stanley cup, do they go to the white house? >> will they be invited? >> that's an excellent question. we're going to find out. they got a game closer tonight. >> and this guy is not the
boasting. overselling his achievements. making false claims. as lieutenant governor, he skipped many of his duties, saying the job was "so dull," he only shows up to work at the state capitol "like one day a week, tops." the same gavin who, as mayor, "split town" during a massive oil spill and "jetted off.. to hawaii."
gavin's not gonna work... as governor i support the affordable care act, and voted against all trump's attempts to repeal it. but we need to do more. i believe in universal health care. in a public health option to compete with private insurance companies. and expanding medicare to everyone over 55. and i believe medicare must be empowered to negotiate the price of drugs. california values senator dianne feinstein to negotiate the price of drugs. (sound of footsteps) (sound of car door opening) (car door closes) (sound of engine starting) ♪ ♪ since he moved to a montana ranch in march..last week, the man who threw him th . friends and former teammates had been visiting
dwight clark ever since he moved to a montana ranch last march. last week the man who threw him that touchdown pass against dallas visited dwight for the final time. joe montana went to montana last week with another former quarterback, steve bono. montana and clark were both te49ers in 1979, which was also bill walsh's first year as head coach. walsh discovered clark when he came to clemson university to scout clark's teammate quarterback steve fuller. >> he said you were a wide receiver, weren't you? and i told him i was and he said would you mind coming and running some routes? i don't have anybody to run routes for me while steve throws and so i did and just had one of those really fortunate days where i caught everything. >> you can say that again. of course, less than three years later he makes the catch and becomes one of the most famous athletes in bay area history. h, and ha the giants selected catcher joey bart second overall in tonight's major league baseball
draft. he's out of georgia tech and has a last name that work pretty well here in the bay area. k uber when he bart tweeted tonight the sf giants never go wrong when they choose bart, but joey bart apparently took uber when he was visiting with the giants last week. anyway hunter pence back in the lineup the first time since april18th, had one hit and later buster puts this ball on ebay. the giants put up seven runs in the 4th inning. pablo sandoval will get plenty of playing time with brandon belt out, brings home ryan with this solo job. three for four and the giants win 10-3 and what inteing, you're starng see everybody get hot. washington d.c. all red tonight for the hockey team, game four between vegas golden knights and caps, 1st
period, scoring gets started, t.j. oshie rebound, 1-0 caps. it was 3-0 in the 2nd period. the puck goes crosswise to john carlson who buries the 1 timer. 6-2. the capitals take a commanding 3-1 series lead which does beg the question, you win? you got to go across the street to the white house. >> seems like if you get invited. >> maybe. or not uninvited. prepare to make a mad dash... because with the incredicoaster... ...pixar pal-a-round... ...and a bunch of your favorite pixar characters... it's going to be pretty incredible. pixar pier, opening june 23rd. only at disney california adventure park.
ithe race for governort. has turned into a scam. gavin newsom's trying to elect a republican who was endorsed by trump. and villaraigosa's being bankrolled by a handful of billionaires. it's everything that's wrong with politics. and none of it is helping struggling families. here's my pledge to you. i'll keep our budget balanced. invest in affordable housing. fight for universal healthcare. and stand up to donald trump. as governor, you can trust me to do what's right- because i always have. i'm jeff bleich. preventing violence has long been my cause. in the face of senseless violence, we need hope. after columbine, i led president clinton's youth violence commission. i joined joe biden to reduce domestic violence, helping boys become men. i beat the nra in court, defending gun laws that save lives. today, a new generation is rising, and this is our moment.
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